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BANERJEE, Nipa »


Nipa BANERJEE

PhD.
Senior fellow
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of International Development and Global Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4531)
Cell: 613-697-9814
Home: 613-842-9814
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E-mail, Home Telephone, Cell Telephone

Research information:

Foreign Aid; Aid Effectiveness; Development Issues-South and South East Asia; Development Issues in Post Conflict Countries and Peace Building Measures; Fragile & Conflict States; Development and Reconstruction in Afghanistan. More than 40 years of experience with CIDA, IDRC and NGOs. Lived and worked several years as a professional in several South and South East Asian Countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar). Travelled widely and continues to make quarterly visits (especially Afghanistan, Bangladesh and India) and other developing countries for research purposes.

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English only, Bengali; Hindi; Urdu

COUSINS, J. Bradley »


J. Bradley Cousins

Professor
Full professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-526-5800x4036
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Website Faculty of Education profile

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E-mail

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Program evaluation, specializing in (i) evaluation use, (ii) participatory and collaborative approaches to evaluation (iiI) evaluation of training and (iv) evaluation capacity building. Interest in international development evaluation and performance measurement systems.

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English only, some French

EL KADRI, Nour »


Professor
Part-time professor
Telfer School of Management
Association of Part-Time Professors of the University of Ottawa

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Cell: 613-240-3181
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I teach Strategic Management and Corporate Governance in the MBA programs at the Telfer School of Management, and Artificial Intelligence, E-Business, and Security and Privacy at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

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English only, Arabic

FLYNN, Robert J. »


Robert J. Flynn

Full professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of Psychology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1855)
Home: 819-682-3349
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E-mail

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My research deals mainly with positive development and resilience, including school success, among young people in out-of-home care, such as foster care. I also do research on a new approach to youth prevention and promotion known as "Communities That Care" (CTC).

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LAPIERRE, Laurent M. »


Professor
Associate professor
Telfer School of Management

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4914)
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E-mail

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Dr. Lapierre’s research focuses mainly on two topics: Work-family conflict and leader-follower relationships. Work-family conflict refers to the incompatibility between one’s work and family obligations, which is related to a host of problems, such as reduced employee health, satisfaction at work and at home, and job performance, as well as increased absenteeism and intentions to quit their job. Dr. Lapierre’s research has revealed that the organization, the immediate manager, the employee, and the employee’s family can each play a significant role in reducing the employee’s work-family conflict. His work has outlined specific actions that each party can take to achieve this goal. In his work on leader-follower relationships, Dr. Lapierre’s gives particular attention to the influence that followers can have on their leaders. A leader cannot exist without at least one follower, implying that employees’ acts of followership would have some influence on the leadership displayed by their superiors. The critical question is: What is effective followership? Dr. Lapierre has begun working on identifying different followership styles among employees and how these styles could impact their managers’ leadership behaviors, such as being more versus less directive, participative, supportive, and inspirational. This research will guide current and future employees on the role they can play in gaining the leadership they need from their superiors. Dr. Lapierre’s research has been published in various journals, such as the Journal of Management, Personnel Psychology, the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, and the Journal of Vocational Behavior. He was made a Telfer Research Fellow in recognition of his scholarly contributions.

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MUNRO, Lauchlan »


Lauchlan Munro

Associate professor
Associate professor
Faculty of Social Sciences
School of International Development and Global Studies

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4534)
Cell: 613-878-5001
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Website

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Research information:

1) Does aid to developing countries work? Why or why not? 2) How can governments in poor countries provide adequate health care and education to all their citizens, including the poorest and most vulnerable? 3) How should governments around the world cope with economic risk and uncertainty? 4) How can governments in poor countries provide social protection (health insurance, old-age pensions, unemployment insurance, drought relief)? 5) What role does science and technology play in development? What do appropriate science-for-development policies look like? 6) What does the future hold for Zimbabwe?

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RICHARDS, Gregory »


Professor in Performance Management
Telfer School of Management

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2611)
Home: 613-837-8310
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Office Telephone

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Other area of expertise: business intelligence

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TASSE, Marc »


Part-time professor
Telfer School of Management
Professional Training Service

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Office: 613-230-6760.350
Cell: 819-775-0991
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Cell Telephone

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Mr. Tassé is a Chartered Professional Accountant - Chartered Accountant (CPA,CA) (Canada), a Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA) (USA),anda Certified Internal Controls Auditor (CICA) (USA). He carries the designation Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) (USA)and holds both a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA) and an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from the Telfer School on Management at the University of Ottawa.

He has pursued ongoing professional development as an Associate or Affiliate member with the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Association of Certified Forensic Investigators of Canada, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Anti-Corruption Institute (holder of the CACM designation).

Mr. Tassé is a member or panel member of various groups including the Accountant-Lawyer Alliance, the Anti-Money Laundering Association, the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption, the Rutgers Institute on Anti-Corruption Studies, the Canadian Centre for Ethics and Corporate Policy, the Institute for Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances, and the Business Development Bank of Canada ViewPoints. He is also a speaker for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario, and volunteers with the United Nations Online Volunteering Service.

Mr. Tassé is a past and current member of various advisory boards, risk management committees, audit committees, governance committees, and boards of trustees with fiduciary responsibilities. As a philanthropist, he supports non-governmental organizations that fight corruption, such as Transparency International and the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

For over 20 years, Mr. Tassé has been teaching (100+ courses at the bachelor, MHA, MBA and     International MBA level)at one of Canada’s top business schools, the Telfer School of Management. He is also an instructor with the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption, a recipient of a Teaching Excellence Award in the MBA program, and has taught at two other Canadian universities. 

As a respected and highly sought-after freelance contributor to various broadcast media, Mr. Tassé is frequently invited by reporters and journalists to speak on topics related to his areas of expertise:

  • Fraud and money laundering prevention;
  • Anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance;
  • Financial crime risk management;
  • Ethics and corporate social responsibility;
  • International accounting and finance reporting; Business development and strategic alliances

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WEATHERSTONE, Sheldon »


Assistant professor
Telfer School of Management

Contact information:

Office: 613-562-5800 Ext. 4928
Cell: 613-263-3810
Home: 819-827-6550
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Website

Preferred method of contact:

E-mail

Research information:

Financial Accounting, Financial and Credit Analysis, Financial Reporting, and Auditing (with specific emphasis on IT Auditing).

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English and French